Prosser, WA 99350
The Mid-Columbia Libraries' Prosser Branch offers free wi-fi and curbside pickup service. Get up to five free pages printed daily using our print drop service.
The City of Prosser Library building was built in 1973, and Benton County residents were served by a Bookmobile and then a branch also located in Prosser. In 2001, the city contracted with the county library system to combine services as the Mid-Columbia Libraries' Prosser Branch. The branch was completely remodeled in 2015.
Please contact the library if you are interested in becoming a Friend or donating items, or email email@example.com. The board meets bi-monthly, and meetings will be listed on the library events calendar.
The Prosser Heritage Collection showcases historical photos from the Prosser area, developed with support from a grant from the Washington State Library and assistance from the Benton County Historical Museum.